census

Every 5 years, each male Roman citizen had to register in Rome for the census. In this he had to declare his family, wife, children, slaves and riches. Should he fail to do this, his possessions would be confiscated and he would be sold into slavery. But registration meant freedom. A master wishing to free his slave needed only to enter him in the …...

Census

A recording of every element in a population.

Census

The census is a questionnaire issued every ten years in Britain which gathers detailed figures concerning the population, classified according to sex, age, occupation, size of families and geographical distribution.
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census

Latin, meaning: equals-us/ wealth, property / census
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Census

The collection of information about all units in a population, sometimes also called a 100% sample survey. (When capitalized, 'Census' usually refers to the national Census of Population.)
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census

[Noun] Plural form: censuses. An official count of the number of people in an area. A form is used to gather information about them.
Example: I took part in the 2001 Census in Britain by filling in details about my family on the form. Origin:Comes from the Latin word meaning estimate � censere
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Census

A survey of the public. Usually organised by national governments to determine the characteristics of the population. For example the UK has a decennial census (every ten years), the next one scheduled for 2001.
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census

[n] - a period count of the population 2. [v] - conduct a census
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Census

is a count of everyone who lives in the country
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Census

The process of collecting vital information on the social, economic and housing characteristics of every member of a population. In contrast to sampling where information is only obtained from a subset of a population.
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Census

An official survey carried out every 10 years by the government to collect information. This included name, how old people were, who lived with who and where, their birthplace and occupation. However, some questions have only been added later - so the early examples starting in 1801AD do not give as much information as others. The most recent censu...
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Census

a count of the characteristics of every member of a given population (as opposed to a survey of a selected sample from that population).
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Census

In ecology, an attempt to count every member of a population.
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Census

Cen'sus noun [ Latin census , from censere . See Censor .] 1. (Bot. Antiq.) A numbering of the people, and valuation of their estate, for the purpose of imposing taxes, etc.; -- usually made once in five years. 2. An official registration of the number of th...
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census

An enumeration of a population, originally for taxation and military purposes, now with many other purposes; basic facts about all persons-age, sex, occupation, nature of residence, etc.- are recorded at the census, which often also includes some information about health status. ... Origin: L., fr. Censeo, to count ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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census

nose count noun a periodic count of the population
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Census

• (n.) A numbering of the people, and valuation of their estate, for the purpose of imposing taxes, etc.; -- usually made once in five years. • (n.) An official registration of the number of the people, the value of their estates, and other general statistics of a country.
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census

an enumeration of people, houses, firms, or other important items in a country or region at a particular time. Used alone, the term usually refers to ... [10 related articles]
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census

Type: Term Pronunciation: sen′sŭs Definitions: 1. An enumeration of a population, originally for taxation and military purposes, now with many other purposes; basic facts about all people (age, gender, occupation, nature of residence) are recorded in the census, which often also includes some information about health status. ...
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Census

(verb) the act or process of counting all individuals within a specified area and estimating density or a total population for that area (Ralph 1981:577).
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Census

(noun) a count of all individuals in a specified area over a specified time interval (Ralph 1981:577).
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Census

[Confidentiality] The Census (Confidentiality) Act 1991 was an Act of Parliament of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It gained Royal Assent on the 7th March 1991. The Act amended Section 8 of the Census Act 1920 by replacing a subsection concerning penalties for the unlawful disclosure of personal information from the census. The Act a...
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census

Survey of a whole population. Most countries have a Population Census (with a capital C) every 5 or 10 years, but a researched population can be much smaller. Thus a census (with a small c) of all staff of an organization would be a survey where everybody was sampled....
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Census

A complete canvass of a population.
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census

census, periodic official count of the number of persons and their condition and of the resources of a country. In ancient times, among the Jews and Romans, such enumeration was mainly for taxation and conscription purposes. The introduction of the modern census—a periodic and thorough statist...
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